Madison Marquette HQ Features Hand-Crafted Crystal Pendant Lights

With new headquarters at the Wharf in Washington, D.C., real-estate developer Madison Marquette is well equipped. The office space, which blurs the traditional lines between living, work, and leisure, combines unique textures and finishes across 17,800-square-feet.




Handmade Crystal Solitaire pendant lights illuminate the communal spaces throughout the building. In one lounge area, a grouping of five lights hangs from a Matte Black Linear-5 Modern Chandelier over the kitchenette island. The clear glass globes complement the custom terrazzo counter tops and other neutral design features.




In the café, another Linear-5 Modern Chandelier with Solitaire pendants in Crystal glass hangs over a shared walnut table, inviting employees and visitors to enjoy an open space for work or eating.


Niche multi-fixture canopies like the ones featured in Madison Marquette's HQ facilitate customized groupings of our thoughtfully-crafted silhouettes and colors. These easy-to-install chandeliers allow for an assortment of arrangements, from hanging shades at the same level for a clean, uniform look to staggering them for a more unique design. 




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Modern Lighting Project Details

Project Name Madison Marquette

Location Washington, D.C.

Interior Designer Perkins + Will

Photographer Eric Laignel

Products Used Crystal Solitaire pendant lights, Matte Black Linear-5 Modern Chandelier

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